DNA GENEALOGICAL Testing

Racism comprises both discrimination and prejudice that are centered on the perceptions of biological dissimilarities between individuals. Often, it appears in the form of practices or beliefs, social actions, or political systems. These forms believe that different races are classified as inherently inferior or superior to each other, grounded on alleged shared inheritable abilities, qualities, or traits.

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Thus, ancestral DNA testing has quickly changed the perceptions people had about race, heritage and ethnicity. There has been a realization that people are more similar than they are different. This in turn has led to or will lead to the reduction of racism in the world as we are all connected.

Work Cited
White, James E, and Jean-Gontran Quenum. Roots Recovered!: The How to Guide for Tracing African-American and West Indian Roots Back to Africa and Going There for Free or on a Shoestring Budget. United States: James E. White, 2004. Print.

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